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How did you learn to jump a dirt bike? (video)

Posted by Gary Semics , October 20, 2014 · 8,392 views

How did you learn to jump a dirt bike? (video) First learning to jump a dirt bike or bicycle is fun and exciting but at the same time can be pretty scary as well. Here's my strategy for first timers. Basically it's starting out small and repeating it through repetition, moving up gradually as you improve. In this video I'm learning to jump a mountain bike. Try not to laugh too hard.

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Good timing Gary. I'm gonna be learning to jump next spring. I just found a private track nearby that has jumps, etc.


Looking forward to learning this from you.



Hey, you gotta start somewhere!  I appreciate your effort to reach out to those just starting.  We all should be so thoughtful.

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